Throughout the month of September, ebrary, an eBook vendor that Ohrstrom Library currently contracts with, is offering free access to its collection related to 9/11. Fifteen searchable, full-text ebooks are available as part of this collection. In support of the 10th anniversary of 9/11, ebrary is offering open access to a collection of relevant e-books through September. We hope that this collection provides a valuable resource to anyone seeking to learn or understand more about this tragic event, or reflect on its world impact. Thank you ebrary.
The 9/11 Encyclopedia edited by Stephen E. Atkins, Praeger, 2008. Find it in Ohrstrom at: REF 973.931 At5 This encyclopedia includes 169 entries covering a wide range of topics connected to the events that took place on September 11th, 2001. Also includes a chronology of events and a few dozen primary sources. Examples include: American Airlines Flight 11, Conspiracy Theories, Economic Impact of September 11, Freedom Tower, Phoenix Memo, Victim’s Compensation Fund Helpful for: U.S. History, Humanities, Global Studies, 9/11 Research, American Foreign Policy